DeathToAmerica wrote

If you're going to call yourself a libertarian, you should learn what words mean. Libertarians/anarchist/communist societies don't have money. Everyone gets equal access to goods. How can everyone be poor and starving? There is no such thing as being poor in a society where there is no money and no hierarchy.


DeathToAmerica wrote (edited )

All capitalism becomes crony capitalism. It's unavoidable. And even if it didn't, libertarian capitalism would still mean massive inequality for anyone who isn't privileged enough to excel at capitalism. You really think the ideal world is one where one lucky guy has the majority of the wealth and everyone around him has to make do on his breadcrumbs, while working 9-5 to make him even more money, and like it?


DeathToAmerica wrote (edited )

The line between social and individual anarchy gets more and more blurred as social anarchists integrate egoism into their theory. Of course, a lot of them just do it for the memes, but it still impacts their politics.

There are also Mutualists and other pre-communist anarchists who fall squarely under the individualist banner. Anprims too.

I don't care for Stirner, but I approach anarchy from an anticiv position, so can't be described as a social anarchist.